Super Trofeo Middle East
FFF Racing by ACM enjoyed a near perfect race weekend (16 – 17 February) as the Super Trofeo Middle East Series reconvened for the second round of the championship at Dubai Autodrome.
The weekend started off with a great pole position for the #5 pairing of Jack Bartholomew and debutant James Pull, who went on to lead a dominant 1-2 result for the Chinese-based team, taking both Pro and Am victories.
Having taken victory in the Am Class and the LB Cup as well as finishing second in the Pro category, FFF Racing by ACM are looking to carry that momentum into the second round of the Super Trofeo Middle East championship which takes place this weekend, 16-17 February.
The Chinese-based squad will again field three Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeos as the series reconvenes at Dubai Autodrome. Jack Bartholomew is joined in the #5 Lamborghini by James Pull in the Pro Class, while Taylor Proto continues his impressive form in the #55 AM car.
FFF Racing by ACM fielded three cars for the opening weekend of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East Championship at the Yas Marina F1 Circuit in Abu Dhabi (2-3 February).
With a car in the Pro, Am and LB Cup categories the team were hopeful of a good series of results and were not disappointed with double victories in the Am Class and LB Cup for Taylor Proto and Conrad Grunewald respectively.
FFF Racing by ACM enjoyed a successful second round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East this weekend (17-18 February, 2017) notching up a further two podium positions to add to the one claimed last week in Abu Dhabi.
Once again, the team fielded the #15 Lamborghini with Carrie Schreiner and Richard ‘Spike’ Goddard in the Pro-class and the #5 with Jack Bartholomew and Parth Ghorpade in the Pro-Am.